In My Mind's Zen Garden
  • Boosting Your Energy Level With Raw Foods

    A while back I posted an article entitled Boosting Your Energy Level With Smaller Meals. I still stand by that bit of advice. I firmly believe that overloading the body with one huge meal is very detrimental to one’s overall energy level. It causes all the body’s energy to

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    The Zen and the Art of Vegan Sushi

    Vegan Sushi No. 2 Photo by randomguru I recently received a nice comment about this photo. This is a good example of vegan sushi; a simple combination of avocado and cucumber surrounded by vinegared sushi rice wrapped in a nori sheet. This is Zen simplicity. Other components of this

  • Boost Your Energy Level With Raw Foods

    A couple of years ago I wrote a post entitled, Raw Foods: The Grand Experiment. I had already been a vegan for a number of years, and a vegetarian for more than two decades. Anyway, I’d been reading about the concepts of eating only raw foods online and in

  • Deconstructing The Appetite With Raw Foods

    Although I consider myself a “Raw Vegan” I am still a bit skeptical. But I’m still intent on doing all the research I can on nutrition and trying my best to apply what I’ve learned to my life experience. But so far, I’m pretty convinced that animal products tend

  • Raw Foods vs. Cooked Foods

    I’ve eaten cooked foods most of my life. So, comparing cooked foods to a renewed 80% plus Raw Food Diet is actually quite easy to do. And one can easily compare one’s health and feelings back when one was eating cooked foods to the new raw dietary regimen. You

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    Dietary Protein and Vegans

    Whenever I get to reading some interesting books, it usually turns out to be some book about diet or lifestyle. And not fiction or some great novel or murder mystery, or even a tale of espionage. Recently I rediscovered a book in my library of books called “Becoming Vegan”.


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